Thank you for supporting the Hope Air raffle

A note of thanks to everyone who bought a raffle ticket for helping us raise funds for more flights for Okanagan & Similkameen residents

The lucky winner of the Hope Air / Downtown Penticton Association raffle for a pair of WestJet tickets is Dawn Maeser from Penticton-congratulations

On behalf of Hope Air and our clients I want to thank everyone who bought a raffle ticket for helping us raise funds for more flights for Okanagan & Similkameen residents who need to access medical care far from home. Thank you – your support is greatly appreciated!

If you haven’t had a chance to participate in the raffle but would like to support Hope Air and our mission of ‘Getting Canadians to Getting Better,’ you can make a donation online at:

www.hopeair.ca

Thank you again from all of us at Hope Air.

Anna du Bois – Hope Air Donor Relations Officer

 

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